James Lloyd Jones

James “Jimmy” Lloyd Jones went to be with the Lord on the evening of December 8, 2019.

He was a lifelong Mount Clemens resident born July 5, 1929. After Graduating from St. Mary’s of Mount Clemens, he married JoAnn Clark. Jimmy served in the United States Army and then went on to start family and become a milkman and beer delivery man. He also enjoyed coaching many fine young men in baseball over the years, which included a trip to the 1977 Mickey Mantle World Series in Austin Texas.

After Retirement, he enjoyed a membership in the Juggle Up Club and was the oldest member in 2019. He played many Euchre games with the AMVets at the American Legion Post number 4 and began bowling in 1946.

You could always count on Jim for a corny joke, and he was dyed in the wool, a true UofM fan win, lose or tie! He also was an avid Tigers fan. He followed all of his grandchildren’s sporting events and their Statistics. To them he was lovingly known as Papa Jones. Not many could recite or do a play-by-play like him, making him known to many as the king of sports trivia.

He enjoyed family time with his grandchildren and great grandchildren.

Jim is survived by his children Jeff (Janie) Jones, Kevin (Amy) Jones, Kathy Jones, youngest son Danny Jones, eight grandchildren, 6 great grandchildren, sisters Barbara Dandurand and Delores Chandra as well as many loving nieces and nephews.

A Celebration of Life event will be held after the Holidays, in the coming New Year.

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  1. One of the Greatest guys you could ever run into while be out n about.. coached us all.
    The Rickert Boys

  2. My condolences to the Jones family! May your Dad, (Uncle Jim) rest in peace.
    Mary, Jared, Lauren and Chad Dandurand

  3. He taught me a thing or two about Euchre and took a couple bucks from me in the process.

    Will keep a good thought for the Jones family.

    God Bless

  4. Bless to have known such a Wonderful Man! Our Condolences to the Family and all who knew him

  5. He gave of himself until he could no more….his enthusiasm for sports, Euchre and youth sports was infectious. I am honored to have known him for about 55 years and hopefully provided some comfort in his last hours. I/we will miss you Mr. Jones……may you rest easy. πŸ’”πŸ˜₯πŸ’”πŸ˜₯πŸ’”πŸ˜₯

    • Christine Silvestro

      Extending my deepest condolences to the Jones family πŸ™ I have known Jim and JoAnn for about 54 years. I used to babysit their beautiful children. Over the years I was able to call him Jim and Not Mr.Jones. He always remembered me and had a corny joke!
      Sending my heartfelt sympathy to JoAnn , his children and grandchildren.πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™πŸ’” Very sorry for your loss Tina Morris-Silvestro

  6. Tina Morris-Silvestro

    Extending my deepest condolences to the Jones familyπŸ™ I have known Jim and JoAnn for about 54 years when I used to babysit their beautiful children. As I got older eventually I called him Jim and not Mr. Jones! He always remembered me and called me His babysitter! LOL
    Sending my heartfelt sympathies to JoAnn ,his children ,grandchildren,Great grandchildren nieces and nephews.
    πŸ’”πŸ’”πŸ’”πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™

  7. All around great guy! He would drop by the house and we would all laugh for hours. Rest In Peace Mr. Jones.

  8. My only positive male role model in my life…father,friend,teacher,protector favorite person & confidon! I owe my life & then some to this selfless unconditional loving man! I may be your granddaughter but you were so so much more to me n my children than i can ever even try to put into words! I’ll miss you everyday but i know you’re always gunna be RIGHT HERE with me watching over me n the kids! It was an honor just being a part of your life! Ily n I’ll miss you everyday til God calls me home & we meet again! Love ya “Papa” love Ange…

  9. Gail Charbeneau Rak

    We are all so sorry to hear of your passing, today January 2, as we are just learning of your beloved sister “Dedo” and her leaving her “Earthly ” home to enter her “Heavenly” home with many family members . Sadened as we are, I can only imagine the joy you will witness as you are reunited with so many of your loved ones. God Bless & keep you in His Loving Arms. My only regret is after reading your lovely obit is that I didn’t get to know you better. R.I.P. lovingly, your cousin, Gail (Charbeneau) Rak .

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